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Owned by auction house China Guardian, the growing boutique hospitality player also has plans to expand to Dubai, Maldives and Lombok.
This year's edition channeled Federico Fellini's trademark Italian hedonism.
Olivia Palermo, Caroline Vreeland and DJ Siobhan Bell raised a glass to the brand's new venture.
Forget about baguettes: at Colombian chef Juan Arbelaez gives the French bread of choice a run for its money.
Paramount Pictures Studio proved the perfect venue for the art fair, a symbolic marriage of Los Angeles' past and future as the city continues to grow its cultural capital, says Getty.
Derek Blasberg assembled actors, designers, models and other VIPs to celebrate the launch of Victoria Beckham's YouTube channel.
This nomination is opening the doors for others to follow and to have opportunities and really aspire and see themselves achieving their goals, said "Roma" breakout Aparicio.
Ringing in the Year of the Pig properly, Lilou the Pig, San Francisco's official therapy pig, made an appearance, posing for photos in a sparkling bow and with hooves painted a lucky Chinese red.
Aquaria, Jorja Smith and Jazelle Zanaughtti (aka UglyWorldwide) were on hand for the psychedelic screening
Jon Epstein understood the power of collaboration, signing NBA star Grant Hill to a lifetime endorsement deal and linking Fila with high-end brands like Fendi and Barneys New York.
Swedish pop star Robyn DJ'ed to celebrate her collaboration with Browns and Bjrn Borg.
The younger sister of Jackie Kennedy Onassis passed away on Friday in New York.
Vanessa Kirby, front row at Boss during NYFW, on passing Princess Margaret to Helena Bonham Carter in "The Crown" and how her style differs from the royal's.
The photographer may be staging a small show of his Sixties hits at Gagosian, but those famous eyes are locked on the future.
Tess Holliday takes us behind the scenes of her New York Fashion Week.
Set the alarm earlier, walk a little faster and carve out time for these must-see exhibitions, shops and food stops in London.
The young actor has starred in "Bumblebee" and "Alita: Battle Angel" and will next appear in John Leguizamo's forthcoming directorial debut.
After an all-expenses-paid, 11-day trip to New York, Tomo Koizumi is planning for the next stage of his fashion career.
The actor, at NYFW for Boss, talked his red-carpet looks, "Bodyguard" season two and what he does with his awards season tuxedos.
New York Fashion Week is over. You didn't forget about Feb. 14, did you?